You remember when Shia "The Beef" LaBeouf said that Indy 4 was a stinky old pile? And then when Harrison "Indiana frakkin' Jones" said Shia was a moron for having done that? Yeah, those were good times. Unsurprisingly, though, Shia is finally backpedaling.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull wasn't exactly what we'd call the most well received film in cinematic history. Recently, Shia LaBeouf admitted that the film wasn't the best. Harrison Ford thinks that makes LaBeouf a '@#$!-fucking idiot.' Let's go to the tale of the tape to sort this out.
Michael Bay has yet to take his explosive action films into the third dimension—until next week, that is. Not only will this be the first in the Transformers franchise to go 3-D but, according to its star, it will also be the "greatest 3-D film ever." Really.
In the latest TV spot for Transformers: Dark of the Moon, they try to take advantage of our emotions. John Turturro gives a somber intro saying, "Years from now they're going to ask, 'Where were you when they took over the planet?'" Wait, what? Who's taking over the planet? A new alien force, that's who!
Shia LaBeouf is tired of all that screaming and running away from giant robots. After Transformers: Dark of the Moon hits theaters later this month, the actor will retire his version of Sam Witwicky.
Although the world wasn't exactly thrilled with 2008's Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, a fifth installment in the series might happen sooner rather than later.
Megan Fox caused quite a stir last year when she declined to reprise her role as Mikaela Banes in this summer's Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Now star Shia LaBeouf has revealed exactly what went down.
Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) is all grown up in the latest clip from Transformers: Dark of the Moon. The last time we saw him, he was entering college. Now fast forward two years and he's attacking the workforce. Or should we say, it's attacking him. Literally.
It's been a couple of months since we last heard anything about the status of Indiana Jones 5—and what we'd heard then from producer Frank Marshall was that there wasn't really anything to hear!
Our respect for Shia LaBeouf as an actor just went up a huge notch now that we know he didn't like Indy 4 either.